Ghanaian rapper and singer, Kwesi Arthur has been featured in a documentary on British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).
The documentary was released today and in it Kwesi Arthur revealed how great it felt to hear his songs played at pubs and on radio.
According to him his father bought a new radio for his taxi because people told him about his songs.
Kwesi Arthur indicated that most of the songs he does are based on things he has witnessed people experience stories he can relate and witness people.
Citing “Grind Day” as an example, he said he usually meets people who tell him it is their story.
He again said he used to like a girl but he wasn’t bold enough to tell her so he put it in a song but when the girl heard it, he denied it.
Kwesi Arthur told the interviewer that when he started the music journey, things were very difficult for him so his father told him to find something better to do because he used to take money from him.
Watch the video below.